San Angelo, Texas United States Member #1097 January 31, 2003 1394 Posts Offline

Posted: November 14, 2012, 4:16 pm - IP Logged

Pick 4 Doubles, Part 2.

Part 1 provided a useful method for tracking lottery number doubles for players making "Box" bets.

That is, where the digits appear in the 4-digit combination isn't that important. Having a match pays a minimum prize, depending on the wager.

In Texas, matching the double with a 50 cents bet pays $100.

Lottery players wanting to make Exact bets for the highest prizes, up to $5,000, need more information.

There are six possible double digit arrangements in every Pick 4 numbers game.

P1P2, P1P3,P1P4; P2P3, P2P4,P3P4.

To minimize confusing with the digits, the following alphabetical arrangements are recommended:

Alpha Pairs = AB, AC, AD, BC, BD, CD.

Similarly to the digits, the position possibilities should be tracked in the order in which they occur.

Using the active/inactive cell logging method previously presented for the digits, here is a typical tracking chart.

There are six Alpha Pairs, therefore, there are six Active Cells. There are six Active cells, therefore, there are six Gap numbers.

Procedures:

Using graph paper, enter the following column headers.

L# AP G .... AB . .... AC . .... AD . .... BC . .... BD . .... CD .

L# - There are four possible positions for the repeating digits, as indicated by the four dots. AP - Alpha Pairs in alphabetic order. There are six possibilities G - Gap number * The Gap number is the number of active cells between identical Alpha Pairs, not counting any inactive cells.

Next four Alpha Pairs are AC, BD, AB, BD.

Follow the exact same procedures outlined for tracking individual repeat digits.

Thus:

L# AP G .... AB . .... AC . .... AD . .... BC . .... BD . .... CD . #.#. AC 5 .#.# BD 3 ##.. AB 6 .#.# BD 2

Entering digits in the L# column is optional.

The Gap numbers are NOT marked off.

Separate Inventory charts should be established for the Alpha Pairs and the Gap numbers.

HotSheets

The inventory totals can identify Alpha Pairs that have a tendency to come up more often, or tend to lag.

However, similarly to the digits, there is no history information. For example, if 'BC' has the highest inventory total, was this achieved over an extended period of time, 'hot' streaks, etc.

It's difficult to know where a lottery game is headed if we don't have information about where it's been.

A HotSheet is used to provide the answers on the behavior of each of the six Alpha Pairs.

Thus: (Following previously explained procedures)

Using graph paper

AB * 1 AC * 1 2 3 AD BC BD * 1 * CD

The line totals are increased by one each time an Asterisk is added on any line. Eventually, a player will have pretty good idea about which Alpha Pairs are running 'hot' or lagging, or whatever.

Here are the actual last five End of Line totals for Texas Daily 4:

AB 2 3 4 5 * AC 15 16 * * 1 BC 15 16 17 18 19 AD 5 * 1 2 3 BC * 1 2 3 4 BD 6 7 8 9 10 CD 3 4 5 6 7

Will line up on graph paper.

Note: Only one * per column; all of the End-of-Line totals are different.

Analysis

Alpha Pair 'AC' was lagging and then hit twice in a row. BC is really lagging and is probably good candidate for the next double. In fact, I'm currently playing it in all my Daily 4 games. BD is also lagging.

Pick 4 games also feature combinations with triple digits (ie. 3033) and quads (ie. 4444). However, these combinations don't come up very often and I make no attempt to track them.

A final question now is - How did I choose the non-repeating digits in a doubles combination.

Where did the '3' and '2' in '3002' come from.

I decided on an arrangement using the Gap Number Structures, Column VI, of my Base Foundation for Texas Daily 4.

Using my New Substitite Lottery System Pick 4 workout, I determined that I needed a Gap structure having a double 'R'

There are six possibilities: 2002/AARR, 0202/BBRR, 0022/CCRR, 0112/BCRR, 1012/ACRR, 1102/ABRR.

Using other tracking data, I had decided on Alpha Pair 'BC', which required I place the 'Rs' in the second and third positions. |

Thus: ARRA, BRRB CRRC, CRRB, CRRA and BRRA.

The Playsheet entries for the date I chose the winning combination were:

Using other tracking charts and followers, my intuition, experience, common sense, imagination, etc, I chose '8C' and '9C' which indicated I should play lottery numbers '3' and '2'.

I put the '3' in the first position and the '2' in the fourth position.

Thus: '3002'

Please refer to New Substitution Lottery System posts for more information. I've already explained how the workout works for Pick 3 and Pick 4.

NYC United States Member #54483 August 20, 2007 886 Posts Offline

Posted: November 14, 2012, 7:59 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by bobby623 on November 14, 2012

Pick 4 Doubles, Part 2.

Part 1 provided a useful method for tracking lottery number doubles for players making "Box" bets.

That is, where the digits appear in the 4-digit combination isn't that important. Having a match pays a minimum prize, depending on the wager.

In Texas, matching the double with a 50 cents bet pays $100.

Lottery players wanting to make Exact bets for the highest prizes, up to $5,000, need more information.

There are six possible double digit arrangements in every Pick 4 numbers game.

P1P2, P1P3,P1P4; P2P3, P2P4,P3P4.

To minimize confusing with the digits, the following alphabetical arrangements are recommended:

Alpha Pairs = AB, AC, AD, BC, BD, CD.

Similarly to the digits, the position possibilities should be tracked in the order in which they occur.

Using the active/inactive cell logging method previously presented for the digits, here is a typical tracking chart.

There are six Alpha Pairs, therefore, there are six Active Cells. There are six Active cells, therefore, there are six Gap numbers.

Procedures:

Using graph paper, enter the following column headers.

L# AP G .... AB . .... AC . .... AD . .... BC . .... BD . .... CD .

L# - There are four possible positions for the repeating digits, as indicated by the four dots. AP - Alpha Pairs in alphabetic order. There are six possibilities G - Gap number * The Gap number is the number of active cells between identical Alpha Pairs, not counting any inactive cells.

Next four Alpha Pairs are AC, BD, AB, BD.

Follow the exact same procedures outlined for tracking individual repeat digits.

Thus:

L# AP G .... AB . .... AC . .... AD . .... BC . .... BD . .... CD . #.#. AC 5 .#.# BD 3 ##.. AB 6 .#.# BD 2

Entering digits in the L# column is optional.

The Gap numbers are NOT marked off.

Separate Inventory charts should be established for the Alpha Pairs and the Gap numbers.

HotSheets

The inventory totals can identify Alpha Pairs that have a tendency to come up more often, or tend to lag.

However, similarly to the digits, there is no history information. For example, if 'BC' has the highest inventory total, was this achieved over an extended period of time, 'hot' streaks, etc.

It's difficult to know where a lottery game is headed if we don't have information about where it's been.

A HotSheet is used to provide the answers on the behavior of each of the six Alpha Pairs.

Thus: (Following previously explained procedures)

Using graph paper

AB * 1 AC * 1 2 3 AD BC BD * 1 * CD

The line totals are increased by one each time an Asterisk is added on any line. Eventually, a player will have pretty good idea about which Alpha Pairs are running 'hot' or lagging, or whatever.

Here are the actual last five End of Line totals for Texas Daily 4:

AB 2 3 4 5 * AC 15 16 * * 1 BC 15 16 17 18 19 AD 5 * 1 2 3 BC * 1 2 3 4 BD 6 7 8 9 10 CD 3 4 5 6 7

Will line up on graph paper.

Note: Only one * per column; all of the End-of-Line totals are different.

Analysis

Alpha Pair 'AC' was lagging and then hit twice in a row. BC is really lagging and is probably good candidate for the next double. In fact, I'm currently playing it in all my Daily 4 games. BD is also lagging.

Pick 4 games also feature combinations with triple digits (ie. 3033) and quads (ie. 4444). However, these combinations don't come up very often and I make no attempt to track them.

A final question now is - How did I choose the non-repeating digits in a doubles combination.

Where did the '3' and '2' in '3002' come from.

I decided on an arrangement using the Gap Number Structures, Column VI, of my Base Foundation for Texas Daily 4.

Using my New Substitite Lottery System Pick 4 workout, I determined that I needed a Gap structure having a double 'R'

There are six possibilities: 2002/AARR, 0202/BBRR, 0022/CCRR, 0112/BCRR, 1012/ACRR, 1102/ABRR.

Using other tracking data, I had decided on Alpha Pair 'BC', which required I place the 'Rs' in the second and third positions. |

Thus: ARRA, BRRB CRRC, CRRB, CRRA and BRRA.

The Playsheet entries for the date I chose the winning combination were:

Using other tracking charts and followers, my intuition, experience, common sense, imagination, etc, I chose '8C' and '9C' which indicated I should play lottery numbers '3' and '2'.

I put the '3' in the first position and the '2' in the fourth position.

Thus: '3002'

Please refer to New Substitution Lottery System posts for more information. I've already explained how the workout works for Pick 3 and Pick 4.

San Angelo, Texas United States Member #1097 January 31, 2003 1394 Posts Offline

Posted: November 15, 2012, 10:01 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by picktowin on November 14, 2012

Isn't this like making a skip and hit chart ?

Not familiar with 'skip and hit' charts. I imagine they track the digits and compute the spacing, which is an effective way of choosing numbers to play.

One thing is clear about lottery analysis is that most 'terms' have multiple definitions.

Gaps, skips, spacers, jumps, leap frogging, etc, take your pick. I started using Gaps long before LP was born!

I just hope regular pick 4 lottery players snap on to the fact that there are tools available that could help improve their win/loss ratio.

NYC United States Member #54483 August 20, 2007 886 Posts Offline

Posted: November 15, 2012, 10:42 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by bobby623 on November 15, 2012

Not familiar with 'skip and hit' charts. I imagine they track the digits and compute the spacing, which is an effective way of choosing numbers to play.

One thing is clear about lottery analysis is that most 'terms' have multiple definitions.

Gaps, skips, spacers, jumps, leap frogging, etc, take your pick. I started using Gaps long before LP was born!

I just hope regular pick 4 lottery players snap on to the fact that there are tools available that could help improve their win/loss ratio.

San Angelo, Texas United States Member #1097 January 31, 2003 1394 Posts Offline

Posted: November 16, 2012, 4:10 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by ONEDAY on November 16, 2012

I agree..I can relate to that..but what Bobby has presented is over my head..i get the concept, but not the details!

Hi ONEDAY!

I think you are underestimating your abilities. If you would get some graph paper, list 10 digits, and then start adding new digits one by one, following my instructions. you would catch on pretty fast. Certainly you know how to start and maintain an inventory where you increase the appropriate tally when you add a digit and/or gap number. Tracking charts are used to realign known data to improve interpretation.

Give it try - you don't have anything to lose but a few minutes of your time. Missing some TV shows won't cause you any harm.

Computerized lottery systems are attractive, but they will never provide the satisfaction one gets by using personal abilities to choose numbers to play.

houston texas United States Member #130267 July 10, 2012 6300 Posts Offline

Posted: November 16, 2012, 6:23 pm - IP Logged

Hey Bobby, I have been reading your system and have a question. Where did the 6, 2, 1, 4, 5, come from from the start. Then at the end, you come up with another 6. I have all the d4 in a spreadsheet color coded all the doubles, I have the graft paper. But were are you getting the numbers to enter in your hot sheet. Iam very interested in your system and see a great possibility of hitting big. I will continue following your thread.

San Angelo, Texas United States Member #1097 January 31, 2003 1394 Posts Offline

Posted: November 16, 2012, 10:22 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by dannyboyhouston on November 16, 2012

Hey Bobby, I have been reading your system and have a question. Where did the 6, 2, 1, 4, 5, come from from the start. Then at the end, you come up with another 6. I have all the d4 in a spreadsheet color coded all the doubles, I have the graft paper. But were are you getting the numbers to enter in your hot sheet. Iam very interested in your system and see a great possibility of hitting big. I will continue following your thread.

Danny

Hi

I used arbitrary digits for demonstration purposes,

The HotSheet entries also arbitrary.

To use actual data, I would have had to dig real deep into by worksheets. Not necessary for demonstration purposes.

If you are in Texas, you can use the Texas Daily 4 positional data HotSheet as a start.

If not in Texas, then your data will begin with initial pick 4 combination that you process.

San Angelo, Texas United States Member #1097 January 31, 2003 1394 Posts Offline

Posted: November 16, 2012, 10:47 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by LottoBoner on November 16, 2012

Hey bobby! The number 8 in pick three NY is in a flag formation in position two.

Any feelings about this?

I think it could be a good pattern to watch for.

Good luck in your game, look forward to reading more of your threads.

(Two bad I couldn't figure out the other two numbers!)

LottoBoner

Sorry, cant help you. I don't have any tracking charts for New York lotteries. I'm sure their Pick 3 winning combinations don't match Texas. Some folks believe you can play one state against another, but I wouldn't bet money on it.

Yes, picking those side digits for Pick 3 and Pick 4 doubles is a challenge. I sometime pair up the digits I think are due. Works sometimes, or not.

bgonÃ§alves Brasil Member #92564 June 9, 2010 2125 Posts Offline

Posted: November 17, 2012, 5:46 am - IP Logged

Hello bobby, you can include the sum of delays, both per pair or four numbers of pick4 Example by any of pick4 Sure does not enter the final draw in the study because it has delayed example = 4581 = draw 9115 = 16 = sum delays The values below are the delays (longer delays, of course) is then the sum of the values of the delay in this example = 16 gave the sum, the sum can be made horizontal and vertical sum with 4 draws, When is dismembered in par example par 45 Delay = 1 3 4 = sum You can add delays of each pair horizontally and vertically with two draws, Goal is to have the total sum of the delays of the 4 didgitos pick4 and peers in the horizontal and vertical sweepstakes